Pay Utility Bills Online free of Cost via ICICI Bank Account
If you own a ICICI bank account in India then you can pay all your utility bills from your office, home or any location. You just need to register with the available billers to get started and pay your bills every month on time automatically.First of all you need access to internet banking which comes in the welcome pack of your ICICI bank account. Whenever you open a new account, you get a Cheque book, Internet Login ID, Internet Login password, Bank ATM/Debit Card & Bank ATM login credentials. Using these Internet login credentials login to your bank account through the bank website www.icicibank.com and start accessing all your banking services anywhere without your need to visit the bank everytime you want to transact. Visit IciciBank.com to get started. Click on Account login and get access to your Online Bank Account. Then click on BillPay option available on the top navigational bar.
Benefits of Registering for Online Bill Payment
* The Pay Utility Bill service is absolutely free of cost.
* No more hassles of personally visiting the Biller to pay the bills.
* Pay all your Utility Bills including electricity, telephone, gas, mobile phone, insurance premium, etc.
* Check the status of the payments made and also query on all the bill payments made by you.
Next you will have to Register a New Biller, which would not take more than a minute. Click on the ‘Register a New Biller’ link. You will be asked to select the State and the Category of the Biller you are going to pay. In case you are going to make a payment for your Credit Card, select the option for the same. You can pay many bills here ranging from DishTV Recharge, Credit Card Payments, Donations, Insurance Payments, Buying Mutual Funds, Paying Government Taxes, Telecom Bills to Pension Payments.
Once a Biller is registered you can Make a Payment to them anytime easily, since the registration is accepted. You need to take a print out of the payment made as a acknowledgment because the online payments generally are not acknowledged via hard copies.